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Frequently Asked Questions about Frozen Desserts and Ice Creams

Yes. HUL had filed suit against the TVCs of the Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF), which markets Amul ice cream, for disparaging or denigrating the KWALITY WALL'S Frozen Desserts products. In this Suit, the Hon’ble Bombay High Court vide its order dated 16th June 2017, had asked GCMMF, to stop telecasting its misleading television advertisement. The Court had found the advertisement disparaging the ’Frozen Desserts’ category. GCMMF had preferred an Appeal before the Division Bench of Bombay High Court. The Division Bench of Bombay High Court vide its order dated 13th December 2018, had upheld the earlier order for a single judge confirming that the two TVCs of GCMMF were indeed disparaging and therefore injunction granted earlier was confirmed to the extent the disparaging frames from the TVC were removed. The Court has also injuncted air or similar disparaging Advertisement against Frozen Dessert as a category. The Court, however, had allowed GCMMF to air TVC after removing disparaging frames. Click here to know more.


Yes, Kwality Wall’s products have milk/milk solids in them.

No, Kwality Wall’s products do not have Vanaspati in them.

Yes. While both ice cream and frozen dessert certainly contain milk/milk solids, the main difference between the two is in the source of fat. Frozen desserts use vegetable oil in place of milk fat, which actually makes Frozen Desserts responsibly delicious as it has much lower saturated fat content and is trans-fat free!

Vanaspati means any refined edible vegetable oil subjected to the hydrogenation process. Vegetable oils have lower saturated fat and no trans-fat unlike Vanaspati.

Kwality Wall’s primarily uses Vegetable oil as the source of fat in its frozen dessert range to deliver products with better nutrition profile and great taste to consumers. In fact, owing to the use of vegetable oil, Kwality Wall’s frozen dessert range typically has much lower saturated fat and is trans-fat free as compared to Ice Creams. 

Frozen Desserts can certainly be enjoyed as an occasional treat as part of a responsibly delicious balanced diet and active lifestyle. It is important to highlight that Kwality Wall’s products follow strict nutrition benchmarks laid out by Unilever.  These are Unilever’s Highest Nutritional Standards (which are based on globally recognized dietary guidelines) with which the Kids’ portfolio (Paddle Pop range) complies with as well as stringent nutrition commitments for the rest of the Desserts range developed for Adults.

  1. Kwality Wall’s offers responsibly delicious dessert options as compared to Ice Creams due to the comparatively lower content of saturated fats (owing to use of vegetable oil) and the fact that they are trans-fat free! 

  2. 100% of our children’s edible ice/frozen dessert ‘Paddle Pop’ portfolio contains 110 kilocalories or fewer per portion. We have responsibly designed our kids’ portfolio to have fun tastes, textures, shapes and colours, while also adhering to our strict nutrition criteria.  Our entire kids range contains no more than – 110 kcal per serving, 3g saturated fat per serving and 20g of added sugar per 100g/100ml. 

  3. As of 2017, 97% of our packaged ice cream/frozen dessert products do not exceed 250 kilocalories per portion*.

  4. For calorie conscious consumers, we have developed ‘Magnum Mini’ and ‘Cornetto Mini’ which allows them to indulge in the pleasure of Magnum & Cornetto, but in a smaller portion size. A reduction in portion size is a reduction in calories consumed!

* A portion is defined as: a pre-packed single-serve ice cream product meant to be consumed in one go or 100 ml when sold in packaging aimed at multi-consumption moments such as tubs


Yes, Kwality Walls’ Paddle Pop product range has been formulated to contain less of the nutrients of concern (like saturated fats and sugar). They are delicious products and make for a treat your kids will love. Our entire kids range contains no more than – 110 kcal per serving, 3g saturated fat per serving and 20g of added sugar per 100g/100ml. 

No, our global technical expertise has helped deliver products with better nutrition profile without compromising on taste. The calories of our frozen desserts are lower than traditional desserts on weight-by-weight basis. 100% of Kwality Wall’s Kids’ portfolio (Paddle Pop) has less than 110 kcal per serving and as of 2017, 97% of our packaged ice cream/frozen dessert products do not exceed 250 kilocalories per portion. 

Yes, all Kwality Wall's products are 100% vegetarian.

All Kwality Wall's products are made as per the standards laid down by FSSAI (Food Safety Standard Authority of India), follow global best practices of ice cream/frozen desserts manufacturing and are 100% microbiologically safe.

Kwality Wall's does not use Vanaspati (commonly known as Dalda) in any of its products

Kwality Wall’s brand is associated with the joy of sharing happiness and celebrating memorable times with loved ones. It is imperative to highlight that Kwality Wall’s has both ice creams and frozen desserts as part of its portfolio. Different brands such as Paddle Pop, Cornetto and Magnum in our portfolio cater to different segments of consumers. Visit the Frozen Desserts page to know more

Click here to watch the video on Ice Cream vs Frozen Desserts.